I See You (2019)
A wonderful shift in perspective with a ditto effective mood-change highlights this cleverly structured, but narratively flawed crime thriller from director Adam Randall and screenwriter Devon Graye. What begins as a family drama slash crime investigation turns nimbly into a suspenseful cat-and-mouse hunt before concluding rather tumultuously. By the ending, it becomes clear that not all characters and actions have been justified by the script, but there are enough fascinating stuff going on here up until that point to make this worthwhile. Youngsters Owen Teague and Judah Lewis are the most impressive among the cast. Helen Hunt, on the other hand, gives a bewildering, detached performance marred by slurred speech and erratic and not very well founded energy shifts.